Category: New Releases

Total 92 Posts

“The Addams Family” (2019)

“The Addams Family” is an animated version of the classic series. The voice cast is the strongest foundation of an otherwise familiar story that manages humor to elevate it for the next generation. Kids and adults will find much to

“Cuck”

“Cuck” from Rob Lambert is a provocative and timely examination of social media and its influence on our interaction with one another. Zachary Ray Sherman gives a tour-de-force performance.

“Ad Astra”

James Gray’s “Ad Astra” is a character study of the isolation we experience not only in life, but in space. Through Brad Pitt’s phenomenal performance as Roy McBride, the film ponders a lot of questions about life while paying homage

“Last Call”

Shot in two, simultaneous single takes, Gavin Booth’s “Last Call” is a compelling story of two strangers who didn’t think they needed one another, find a way to reach out when they needed each other the most.  Reminiscent of Gustav Möller‘s “The

“Official Secrets”

“Official Secrets” is the dramatic story of Katherine Gun’s exposure of a clandestine attempt to expose Britain’s illegal entry into the 2003 invasion of Iraq. Director Gavin Hood (“Eye in the Sky”) creates strong tension, and Keira Knightley leads a

“Dora and the Lost City of Gold”

“Dora and the Lost City of Gold” takes the animated character and raises the stakes in an all new adventure. The cast is first rate and the jokes are absolute fun. Director James Bobin made the theme, ‘be who you

“David Crosby: Remember My Name”

“David Crosby: Remember My Name” is an in-depth look into the life of one of music’s most recognizable and most loathed icons. A. J. Eaton captures the essence of David Crosby, but can’t quite answer Crosby’s self-aware questions. “David Crosby:

“The Art of Self-Defense”

“The Art of Self-Defense” from writer-director Riley Stearns is a dark comedy with the right blend of cast (Jesse Eisenberg, Alessandro Nivola, Imogen Poots) and an intelligent script. There are elements that prove frustratingly funny, but the payoff is worth

“Overwhelm the Sky”

I don’t dream much anymore. Why is this personal admission so critical to understanding Daniel Kremer’s “Overwhelm the Sky?” It’s not about perspective. I have plenty of that. No, it is more about understanding the how’s and the why’s of

Dances With Films: “Full-Dress”

You might be inclined to think that something kinky, even debaucherous, is going on in Carlos Puga’s “Full-Dress.” I went in to this film cold turkey and I have to say that I’ve never laughed harder than I did with